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Zip32.au3 - Can't zip a folder with periods in it?

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Good Morning AutoIT Gurus!
First - props to AutoIT and props to you guys  :thumbsup:
It's an incredibly rich featured programming language - Thank you, thank you, thank you!
 
 
Here is my issue with using the <Zip32.au3>
If my folder name has periods in it, the zip function fails:
 
Script Portion:
$FolderName01 = "Computer_IP_192.168.2.1"
; Example formatting:
; _ZIP_Archive($ZipFile, $DirToZip)
_ZIP_Archive($FolderName01, @ScriptDir & '' & $FolderName01)
 
Console Output:
!> _ZIPPrint: zip I/O error
!> _ZIPPrint: zip error: Could not create output file (Computer_IP_192.168.2.1)
 
Basically this Zip32.au3 can't zip folders with periods in them.
Is this something discovered already?
 
This is my current work around:
$FolderName01 = StringRegExpReplace( $FolderName01, "[.]", "_")
 
Just wondering if there is an update because I love the function Zip32.au3!
"I put that sh** on everything" like Frank's Redhot  :idiot:
 
Thanks!
Edited by souldjer777

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Never-mind - I downloaded the 7zip open source command line version and it works great.


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Artist: Middle Class Rut

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